This week: houses for around £800,000 from a converted Victorian railway station in Hindolveston, Norfolk, to a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse within walking distance of the centre of Bath
Bardmony House, Alyth, Blairgowrie, Perthshire. This 15th-century house on the edge of the Vale of Strathmore has a Georgian facade and was extended in 1991. It has high ceilings and period fireplaces. 5 beds, 5 baths, 2 receps, study, 4-bed wing, 1-bed cottage, stables, gardens, woodland, 6.1 acres. £800,000+ Savills 0131-247 3700.
Beaufort West, Bath. A Grade II-listed, Georgian townhouse close to the village of Larkhall and within walking distance of the centre of Bath. It has wooden floors, shuttered sash windows, and period fireplaces. 4 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, kitchen, gardens. £850,000 Knight Frank 01225-325999.
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Kellisryn, Lawhitton, Launceston, Cornwall. A barn conversion with 650ft of river frontage on the River Tamar. It has vaulted ceilings with exposed A-frames and an open-plan living/dining room with a wood-burning stove. 4 beds, 3 baths, recep, outbuildings, garden, paddocks, 4.68 acres. £800,000 Strutt & Parker 01392-215631.
Queenhill Manor, Queenhill, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire. A 16th-century, timber-framed house in need of some modernisation. It retains its exposed wall and ceiling timbers, leaded-light windows, and inglenook fireplace. 5 beds, bath, recep hall, 3 receps, study, breakfast kitchen, range of traditional brick-built outbuildings, workshop, paddock, small lake, gardens, 1.9 acres. £775,000 Knight Frank 01242-246959.
St Augustines Court, Lynton Road, London SE1. A two-bedroom apartment formed from the chancel of a Victorian Gothic church. The main living area has vaulted arches, decorative cornicing, columns, exposed brickwork, and statues of carved angels that can be viewed close up from a mezzanine accessed by a spiral staircase. 2 beds, 2 baths, open-plan living area/kitchen, secure entry. £800,000+ Chestertons 020-7357 7999.
The Old Station, Hindolveston, Norfolk. This converted Victorian railway station was built in the 1870s and has been extended and renovated by the current owners. It has wood floors and beamed ceilings, and the gardens include a walled kitchen garden and a Victorian railway carriage converted into a 1-bed studio. 4 beds, 3 baths, recep, garden room, 2 studies, breakfast kitchen, veranda, workshop, greenhouse, parking, 1.58 acres. £800,000 Strutt & Parker 01603-617431.
The Old Vicarage, Lothersdale, North Yorkshire. This 1840s former vicarage is set in large gardens and is surrounded by fields, with a church to one side. The stone-flagged entrance porch leads to a reception hall that retains its original staircase. It has a cast-iron open fireplace in the study, which has fitted floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and a large kitchen with an Aga. 6 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, cellar, greenhouse, polytunnel, 0.6 acres. £765,000 Hunters 01756-700544.
The Walk House, Wombourne, Wolverhampton. This period property was built in 1649 and is conveniently located for commuting to Birmingham. It is surrounded by a terraced garden that includes a large vegetable plot, and it retains its original oak staircase, Minton-tiled floors, and cruciform beamed ceiling in the drawing room. 8 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, kitchen with Aga, cellar, double garage. £825,000 Savills 01952-239500.
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